The Microsoft Store is receiving an update to enable Timeline support on Windows 10, while Skype for Android becomes more stable.
Chrome happens to be one of these apps which doesn’t yet have Timeline integration, so Windows developer Dominic Maas coded with his own custom extension to bring Chrome to the newest Windows 10 experience.
For the 15 million plus users who seek a bit of Microsoft refuge from the seeming inflexibility of the modern smartphone duopoly landscape, some of the updates recently brought to the launcher are a welcomed eschewal.
As with most early rounds of a new Windows 10 update testing, there almost equal parts features and issues. Below are a list of outstanding issues that may give some Insiders pause before downloading this latest build.
Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore said today that Sets will “be available when we think it’s great,” which means that Microsoft could delay it to next year.
The new Timeline feature introduces a new way to resume past activities you started on the PC you’re using, other Windows PCs that you work on as well as your iOS and Android devices.
Talk of the next Windows 10 release later this Spring is already being heard as the development of Redstone 4 continues. We’re getting to that stage where the final feature set is being decided, and preview experiences such as ‘Sets’ have been completely switched off. Despite this, Build 17083 contains several new features that won’t […]
Microsoft just released Windows 10 Insider build 17083, and as has been the norm lately, it’s chock full of new goodness, including news of some Timeline improvements, set in motion by Windows Insider user feedback. One of the most requested changes was for an ability to make it easier to delete multiple activities from the […]
A new public preview build has been highly anticipated for almost a month. Now, just before the holidays, Windows Insiders got just what they wanted with a great list of new features to play around with. Microsoft Edge We’re always happy to see updates to Microsoft Edge. In 17063, the Web Media Extensions Package for […]
Now that Timeline is a useable feature in Windows 10 Insider Preview build 17063, Microsoft has detailed instructions for developers on providing Windows Timeline in their own apps. On the Windows Blog, “Application Engagement in Windows Timeline with User Activities,” provides intricate instructions for developers to integrate Windows Timeline into their apps. Starting with Windows […]
Microsoft just pushed the big red button on perhaps the most important insider build in recent memory, with build 17063, now available for Windows Insiders on Fast Ring PCs. While there’s LOTS of new stuff in this build (Dona Sarkar’s promise of a 25 page blog post was no exaggeration!), by far the most compelling […]
It’s time to get to downloading the latest Windows 10 Insider build, this one clocking in at 17063. The next build after 17046, which somewhat surprisingly was released the day before the big US Thanksgiving holiday (almost a month ago!), has seen a couple of delays. This new build continues adding features to what’s known […]
We still don’t have our hands on the first iterations of Timeline and Tabs, Microsoft’s twin new features that bring an easily accessible “history” to just about everything you do on Windows 10 (Timeline), and add tabs to UWP apps and even File Explorer (Tabs). Yesterday, Microsoft delayed the release of the latest Windows Insider […]
Yesterday, Microsoft took an unusual step in pre-announcing two new features that will soon be included in Windows 10 Insider RS4 builds, Timeline and Sets. Timeline will allow users to go back to a previous point in time in their workflow, re-opening files, apps, and webpages. “Sets” is the not-yet-final name for Tabs in UWP […]
At Build 2017, Microsoft introduced some interesting new features coming to Windows 10 in the Fall Creators Update. One of these features, Timeline, is available to start using now for Android users through the Cortana beta Program. Well, not exactly. You can use Timeline, but it is not as refined as Microsoft intends it to […]
The new Timeline feature that Joe Belfiore introduced during Build 2017 won’t be ready for the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the exec confirmed today.